Garlic Plants


bella bimba added on January 17, 2011 | Answered

I bought garlic to plant in the fall (instead of my using rather small heads that were grown) but, of course, I got busy and didn't plant it. I live in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Canada. It is quite warm now (no snow, yesterday it was a record high 14% C. ) Can I still plant it now and get good results - I suppose there is no harm in trying it.

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Answered on January 18, 2011

Yes, as long as the ground is not frozen yet, you can go ahead and plant it.

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